Some call it tartan, others call it plaid, but regardless of what you call it, the pattern that originated thousands of years ago has become a classic in menswear. In the modern incarnation, the color combinations are edgier and the tie widths have shrunken. Match one with a white oxford shirt and a suit to the office, or team it with a chambray button-down shirt and a sports jacket for a weekend hangout. Either way, you’ll be a little more rad in plaid.
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